Feyenoord are keeping an eye on Swedish striker Alexander Gerndt ahead of a potential summer swoop.
Coach Mario Been, general director Eric Gudde and club scout Michael Beukers have all travelled to watch the 24-year-old in action for native club Helsingborgs IF.
Sweden international Gerndt demonstrated his goal-scoring skills on Been's visit by netting a last-gasp winner in Monday's league game between Helsingborgs and IFK Goteborg.
The striker, who arrived at the Swedish club last summer, has also reportedly attracted interest from clubs in France and Germany.
Helsingsborgs are reported to have put a €3million (£2.6m) price tag on the Swede.
Gerndt's agent Per Jonsson expects the forward to leave Helsingborgs at the end of the season, and admits a Feyenoord switch is a possible option.
"That was already the idea when he signed for Helsingborgs," said Jonsson. "If you ask me personally I see Feyenoord as a good option."
"As well as Feyenoord, a German and a French club are also interested."
Bundesliga side Hannover is understood to be the German outfit chasing Gerndt's signature.